Compiled long before scientific knowledge was available, this proclamation from David in the context of speaking to God both describes and agrees perfectly not only with Hubble’s Law and the findings of the greatest cosmologists, but also with Carnot’s Principle and the findings of Lord Kelvin and the greatest physicists. Based on observations of redshifts from distant galaxies, Hubble’s Law led to a concept described as the Big Bang that conforms perfectly to this verse from the Psalms and the first three words of Genesis as well. As defined by a universe in decay, Carnot’s Principle of entropy, also known as the second law of thermodynamics, states that in any exchange there is always a loss of energy in the form of irrecoverable heat. Left of its own accord, our entire universe would eventually wear out and reach a state in which zero molecular activity would be occurring anywhere.
The relevant verse reads, "In the beginning you laid the foundations of the Earth, and the heavens are the work of your hands. They will perish, but you remain; they will all wear out like a garment."